We will work diligently to provide a custom crafted approach to your legal needs, and strive to ensure that not only are your current needs met, but that your future needs are anticipated and planned for.
Our primary interest is in making the law as simple and as accessible as possible. Our aim is to cut through the jargon and the complexity, and to prevent it from being a hindrance to you in the pursuit of your goals.
We specialize in the following practice areas:
We want you to think about Will and estate planning as a process rather than a single task to be completed. It also encompasses far more than just your estate. For this reason, at Yeti Law, we refer to estate planning as Forward Planning, which more aptly describes the process. It should be a very personal and continuing process, and we treat it as such. From the initial interview, through the drafting of the forward plan documents such as trusts and Wills, to the periodic reviews, forward planning is about you making the best possible plans for your future and the future of your loved ones. Ultimately we want to foster a relationship rather than simply providing a service.
At Yeti Law, we want to be someone you feel comfortable enough to consult with regarding major life decisions. The decision to sell or purchase real estate is precisely the kind of life decision we can help with. Whether you’re interested in a house or condo, whether you’re buying or selling, we can help. We can also help when you have questions about mortgages and title insurance.
Administering an estate without experience or guidance, and carrying out your duties as an executor can be a herculean task. The role of the estate trustee or executor can actually be summed up in four words: funeral, taxation, debt, and beneficiaries. These four responsibilities are the foundation of your role. Of course, as with all things, it’s never quite that simple.
You have a passion for art and cultural artefacts, but you also have questions and concerns. This is where your relationship with Yeti Law helps: we have answers when it comes to Cultural Property. Do you wish to import art or artefacts, but are unsure of the legality of doing so? Do you wish to export or even donate art or cultural items? Do you need help in establishing the provenance of a work or item? Don’t let legal questions or concerns stand in the way of pursuing your passion, contact Yeti Law. You’ll find that at Yeti Law we have a unique expertise, being one of the few firms in Toronto practicing in cultural property law — but you’ll also find that Yeti Law shares your passion for art.